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Hiking In Napa Valley—Exploring Nature at its Finest

Monday, February 27th, 2012

One of the best ways to get a feel for the Napa countryside is to journey through the parks and trails on foot. Napa Valley has a number of major hiking trail areas, filled with indigenous plant life and terrain—you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into a magical paradise.

Some major hiking trails in Napa Valley are:

  • Alston Park: wide open spaces consisting of 3 miles of rolling hills and hiking trails—this park is also dog-friendly as long as the pet is on a leash
  • Napa Valley Ecological Reserve: an hour of hiking awaits you plus plenty of opportunities to go fishing
  • Oat Mill Mine Road and Palisades: off road biking and hiking opportunities within both shady and sunny trails
  • Skyline Wilderness Park: on clear days you can catch a glimpse of San Francisco from one of the many trails
  • Westwood Hills Park: considered to an ideal spot for relaxing or hiking, plus visitors can stop by the Carolyn Parr Nature Museum; admission is free!

After you’ve determined where you plan to hike or ride, reserve your weekend accommodations at Napa Valley Hotel and Suites. After a day on the winding trails, relax in our upscale, boutique hotel accommodations. Soak in the oversized tub or grab a bottle of fine Napa wine and relax in your room.

Call us at 707-226-1871 to make a reservation today.